LiveMay 25, 3:00 PM

How IDEA Public Schools Helps New Teachers Learn in the Flow of Work

As a leading non-for-profit charter school operator, IDEA Public Schools is focused on driving the right results for over 70,000 students in Texas, Southern Louisiana, and Florida. But to do that, IDEA first needs to offer tailored and responsive learning for every one of its 11,000 staff members, including the 1,200-1,500 new teachers IDEA welcomes on board each year. Join this webinar to see how IDEA give these new teachers the support they need to make a positive impact for every one of their students.

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As a leading non-for-profit charter school operator, IDEA Public Schools is focused on driving the right results for over 70,000 students in Texas, Southern Louisiana, and Florida. But to do that, IDEA first needs to offer tailored and responsive learning for every one of its 11,000 staff members, including the 1,200-1,500 new teachers IDEA welcomes on board each year.

So, how does IDEA give these new teachers the support they need to make a positive impact for every one of their students? The answer: by enabling people to learn in the flow of work with collaborative learning. With 360Learning, IDEA can leverage its rich pool of subject-matter experts to design bite-sized impactful courses new teachers can take anytime, anywhere.

This workflow learning gives IDEA’s teams the flexibility and freedom to complete training on their own terms, driving greater course completion rates and learner engagement. And in a rapidly changing educational landscape, IDEA can quickly adjust and update new teacher training courses to stay current with new developments and offer a relevant, peer-driven onboarding experience.

Join Richel Raich-Cantu, Director of On-Demand Training at IDEA Public Schools, in conversation with Tom Baragwanath, Global Head of Content at 360Learning, on May 25 at 11 am EDT to find out how Idea Public Schools:

  • Gives new learners the flexibility they need with peer-driven workflow learning
  • Reflects local community diversity within its new teacher onboarding Roadmaps
  • Provides all new teachers will a single repository of engaging learning resources
  • Saves $500k in annual training costs by switching to virtual learning
  • Cuts down administration time by making it quick and easy to track learner engagement
  • Gets the most out of its 200 subject-matter experts by quarterbacking great content

Attendance is limited–don’t miss out! 

Richel Raich-CantuDirector of On-Demand Training
Tom Baragwanath
Tom BaragwanathGlobal Head of Content